Definition: (1) existing at the same time; (2) occurring in real time over a time or space distance; (3) having the same period or phase
     See also: High-minded
     Note: The simultaneous occurrence of events which appear significantly related but have no discernible causal connection. — The concept was introduced in 1952 by Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) Swiss psychiatrist

Derivation: Greet, “together in time”

• Synchronicity is really divine intelligence acting upon our thoughts. — James Van Praagh (1958-) American author
• The Queen to Alice: “It’s a poor sort of memory that only works backwards.” Through the Looking-Glass (1871) — Charles Lutwidge Dodgson [aka: Lewis Carroll] (1832–1898) English author, poet, & photographer

Question: ‘Deep Thought’ in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (1979) was asked, “What is the true meaning of life, the universe, and everything?” It answered ’42.’ — Douglas Noël Adams (1952– 2001) English author & humorist
     Note: Forty-two is the ASCII code for the asterisk (*). The meaning of the asterisk is “Whatever you want it to be.”

Consideration: Baseball player Jackie Robinson’s jersey number was 42!